Cathedral Ceiling(s) Elevator Walk-In Closet(s)
A once-in-a-generation opportunity to live behind The Clock and call one of Brooklyn s most sought-after and iconic residences home. The Clock is a generously scaled loft with nearly 17-foot ceilings, a 23' x 22' living room and two massive skylights perched on the top floor of the landmarked Eagle Warehouse. A residence of such scale, rich in industrial detail and woven into the historical fabric of Brooklyn is a near impossible find. Mesmerizing views from behind the Clock include the Brooklyn Bridge, Empire State Building, East River, and Lower Manhattan. Light fills the space from enormous skylights in both the living room and master bedroom. A custom kitchen features extensive storage and is appointed with a Viking convection stove, Fisher & Paykel dishwasher drawers, paneled Sub-Zero refrigerator and stone countertops. The spacious master bedroom is complete with heated flooring, multiple walk-in closets, impressive millwork and exposed brick. The bathroom features a soaking tub and is outfitted completely in Indian slate. A washer and dryer is conveniently located adjacent to the bathroom. Originally constructed in 1892 and formerly headquarters to the Brooklyn Eagle, a well-known local newspaper once edited by famed poet Walt Whitman, the celebrated Eagle Warehouse was converted to 85 residential units in 1980. Residents in the building enjoy access to full-service amenities including a doorman, live-in super, on-site manager, bike storage and a newly renovated fitness center and lobby. This sought after co-op is perfectly positioned at the entrance of Brooklyn Bridge Park with 85 beautifully landscaped acres stretching 1.3 miles along the water. The Park provides soccer, lacrosse fields, basketball and volleyball, bocce courts, roller skating, playgrounds, picnic areas, running & bicycle paths, as well as public events that include free movies and concerts. Other neighborhood highlights include the St. Ann's Warehouse, Empire Stores, Dumbo House and Cecconi s. Residents enjoy convenient access to the A/C/1/2/3 and F trains, as well as ferry access to Lower Manhattan. Pets welcome. Shown by appointment only.